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A high-efficiency furnace seems like a good choice for any aging building. But two?
That's right, says Rev. Robert Lemon of St. John-in-the-Wilderness church.
When he and his congregation in Bright's Grove decided it was time to "go green" they opted for two new furnaces so that portions of the church, hall and office can be separately heated.
In one year, the church has saved about $700 in natural gas consumption, making the investment economical as well as ecological. "That's very good and over time it means the furnaces will pay for themselves," Lemon said.
St. John-in-the-Wilderness Anglican church is 152 years old and has had numerous upgrades over the years. But in 2006, when an office was added, the congregation began to take energy efficiency seriously.
"We realized we could do better and we began to make changes," Lemon said.
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